Krista Cox and her amazing organization, Lit Literary Collective, invited me to be a featured reader in 2018, and later offered to publish poems by the various featured readers to create a ‘zine that is a compilation from this past year’s events. She included my poem “The Two Grandmothers” in said ‘zine, and I am…
Month: January 2019
Semi-finalist for Akron Poetry Prize
I was thrilled to find out that my manuscript, Can’t You Tell You’re Gold, was awarded a semi-finalist position for the Akron Poetry Prize. I am so honored to be among this list of supremely talented writers!! https://www.uakron.edu/uapress/akron-poetry-prize/poetryprizewinner.dot
“Mapping My Grandmothers” A series of Visual Poems
A huge thanks to Joanna Valente who published this series of visual poems in Yes, Poetry. I created these over the summer of 2018, while participating in a generative workshop with Winter Tangerine. These pieces are made up of fragments of my poems, along with copied photos, maps and prayer cards from my deceased grandmothers….